Sushi Zo & Gishiki Lounge

Sushi Zo & Gishiki Lounge

Opening Hours

2pm-10pm (Mon & Thu)

12pm-10pm (Tue & Wed, Fri & Sat)

Location

Shop 01-LG103

Tel

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Two exquisite Japanese concepts, Sushi Zo and its adjacent sister cocktail lounge, Gishiki Lounge, have finally opened in Block 1, Tai Kwun.  World famous Japanese chef and Sushi Zo founder, Keizo Seki, brings his esteemed and Michelin awarded omakase restaurant to the lower ground floor of the newly renovated historical Police Headquarters building.   Gishiki Lounge - meaning ‘ritual’ in Japanese – Gishiki Lounge is a first of its kind, an otherworldly cocktail lounge representing a mischievous


Sushi Zo

Two exquisite Japanese concepts, Sushi Zo and its adjacent sister cocktail lounge, Gishiki Lounge, have finally opened in Tai Kwun, Hong Kong's center for heritage and arts, located at 10 Hollywood Road in Central, Hong Kong.

World famous Japanese chef and Sushi Zo founder, Keizo Seki, brings his esteemed and Michelin awarded omakase restaurant to the lower ground floor of the newly renovated historical Police Headquarters building. Sushi Zo Hong Kong is led Seki's head chef, Fumio Azumi, whose exceptional talent consistently dazzles guests with his mastery of skills followed by passionate explanations of each piece being served.

Exuding style, intimacy and "beyond words" taste, Sushi Zo is often rated as the best omakase dining experience in Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo and Bangkok

Meaning “I’ll leave it to you” omakase dining at Sushi Zo is a committed experience, shifting the paradigm of the guest chef relationship and completely empowering the chef. With only two sittings per day for a maximum of 12 people, the chef is entrusted to create the menu each night based on the freshest fish and ingredients, flown in daily from Japan.

Sushi Zo Hong Kong’s three highly skilled chefs create an elaborate array of ever-changing and seasonal dishes. Directly in front of guests at a stylish sushi bar, guests are offered an extremely personalized 18-dish experience. The seafood is carefully selected, prepared and presented one dish at a time, when flavor, temperature and texture are in a harmonized ‘Sushi Zo state’ (known as Ittai-kan). The 18-dish menu is priced at HK$2,500 per person, with sittings at 6:00-8:00pm and 8:30-10:30pm daily.


Website
http://www.sushizohk.com

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/sushizohongkong/

Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/sushizohongkong/

Email
zohk@sushizo.com


Gishiki Lounge

  • Listed on “The 50 best Hong Kong bars” by Time Out
  • Winner of A’ Design Award & Competition

Gishiki Lounge - meaning ‘ritual’ in Japanese – Gishiki Lounge is a first of its kind, an otherworldly cocktail lounge representing a mischievous alternative to the elegant sushi restaurant it is situated beside. Gishiki Lounge’s concept is based on the Japanese myth of powerful scorned women bound to inhuman form, as evidenced by the bar’s ornamental female centerpiece shown breaking free from her Hannya body and transforming into her most powerful female form.

Messiah of cocktails, mixologist Billy Lau leads the team, embracing Japanese rituals with a selection of 18 libations set to blow your mind. The menu features cocktails made from flavored ice blocks pressed into the shape of Hannya masks, exclusive Gishiki label gold leaf sake and live siphon brewed spirits, served over dry ice. An unrivalled selection of international craft spirits, signature sakes and organic wines will be mixed with a variety of entertainment, exotic performances and contemporary late-night DJs. Guests will be introduced to experimental Asian electronica and future funk tunes while embracing historical nuances of geisha and secrets of Japan’s past.

Raising the bar for omakase experiences and offering revelers an entirely new form of escapism through the cocktail realm, Sushi Zo and Gishiki Lounge are set to elevate the exclusive Japanese dining and drinks scene in Hong Kong.


Website
http://www.gishikihk.com/

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/Gishiki-Lounge/

Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/gishikiloungehk/

Email
zohk@sushizo.com


The Stories Behind...

Open up the storybook of Tai Kwun, and the stories behind the shops— in addition to the history—slowly unfold at Tai Kwun’s hidden spots. “The Stories Behind” video series narrates the hidden stories of Tai Kwun’s shops & restaurants, where you discover the beautiful people and surrounding objects, and explore the beauty of life inside the historical compound.

Sushi Zo

Experience the Michelin awarded omakase restaurant inside Block 01 of the Police Headquarters. Embark on a gastronomic journey and savour in the secrets of its awe-inspiring tastes, from ingredients sourcing to menu engineering.

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Promotion & Events

In The Mood For Cocktails

Do you ever reminisce the good old days? Or hear stories of ‘back in the day’? We are taking you back to the 1960s Hong Kong! A pivotal time for development, with varied aspects of life. The city’s textile industry was booming, aided by the rising manufacturing capabilities, whilst local snacks and treats are becoming nostalgic classics, aeroplane olives anyone?

In collaboration with Hayley Lyla, a fashion activist and experienced designer, there will be a pop up housing an impressive collection of vintage silk masks, lovingly handcrafted, using Hong Kong manufactured pure silk fabric from back in the day. More than just a fashion statement, they are the remaining fruits of labour from the old Hong Kong manufacturing industry.

Alongside, Dr. Nic and Amir will be behind the stick as guest bartenders for the evening. Serving sustainable drinks, using sustainably sourced ingredients, paired with local treats from the good old days. A collaboration that will focus on community and sustainability, with a portion of sales from these drinks going towards Feeding Hong Kong, an organisation that provide free quality food to frontline charities, turning an environmental problem into a social solution and educating the next generation how to positively change the community.

Date: 22.07.2021
Time: 4pm-9pm
Venue: Gishiki Lounge

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Tai Kwun Treats

Welcome the new season with splendid rewards! From now till 30 Sep 2021, Tai Kwun Fans and selected programme participants get a set of “Tai Kwun Treats” vouchers, with refreshed offers to be enjoyed at designated shops and restaurants in Tai Kwun.

Seasonal Offerings - Gishiki Lounge
20% off for dine-in

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